Looking for an easy to put on holster that is lightning quick in action?

Well this holster certainly has what it takes to be your new favorite.

A quality built leather paddle holster can be a great quick on and quick off holster option for the handgun carrier. Lets take a quick look at some great features of this holster before I begin this review.

  • OWB carry
  • Plastic paddle for easy mounting and manipulation
  • Multiple draw cants and belt positions available
  • Hand molded for perfect, glove-like fit
  • Premium Italian leather with lacquered finish
  • Very quick draw and reholstering
  • Great stability and high retention
  • Tension screw for adjustable draw resistance
  • Available in mahogany and black color
  • Available in right and left-handed version
  • Produced by Falco Holsters

To review this holster I requested a mahogany colored right hand version for the Kahr PM9 pistol. Right away I could tell the quality stitching and materials were going to make this another great Craft Holsters review.

The retention screw allows a custom fit for your handgun. Quick draw is the name of the game with this holster.

A close up look at the stitching shows the craftsmanship and durability of the Craft Holsters Paddle Holster. The paddle itself is highly adjustable for holster draw cant and supplied is two studs that can be moved up or down for better fit when carrying.

During my testing the holster carried the little 9mm securely and unobtrusively. This is a very comfortable holster that is quick on and off, unlike a standard belt attached carry holsters. This is a very discreet holster to remove before going in areas that you are prohibited by law to carry in, or put back on when you get back to your vehicle.

If you are looking for a quality open top leather paddle holster that has adjustable retention I highly recommend this one. Be sure to check out this great holster and all of the other holster options on the Craft Holsters website.

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